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bdboy
February 12, 2005, 10:24 PM
Mashrafi, Taposh, Talha, Nazmul and Rajib would not be allowed to bowl more than 30 overs per week in NL. This rule applied by the BCB to keep then fit and injury free for the next England tour.

Source: Bangladesher Khela

Good Decision........ i think. They need some kind of rest.

Sham
February 13, 2005, 12:01 AM
I guess thats a pretty good indication of which 5 they are thinking of taking to England.

Orpheus
February 13, 2005, 12:04 AM
Rajib keda? airport thika dour dibo nato??

babubangla
February 13, 2005, 12:28 AM
Originally posted by Orpheus
Rajib keda? airport thika dour dibo nato??

Hey Hey Hey!!!
Be respectful to our youngstars.

Wisden overview
The 2004 Under-19 World Cup was a tournament that lacked firepower, although Bangladesh's Shahadat Hossain Rajib was a notable and extremely welcome exception. He was discovered during a talent-spotting camp in Narayanganj and whisked away to the Bangladesh Institute of Sports (BKSP) for refinement, and after being given his first international exposure during the tournament, he was rapidly called up for the Bangladesh A team. Shahadat has all the necessary attributes for a genuine fast bowler. He is tall, comes in off a smooth run-up, and doesn't put unnecessary pressure on his body with his slightly open-chested angular delivery position. He has a strong frame and endurance in abundance. He is naturally aggressive and above everything, has raw pace. If he maintains his development, he could be a godsend for Bangladesh in the coming years.

FIRST-CLASS
(2003/04 - 2004/05; last updated 11/02/2005)

O M R W Ave BBI 5 10 SR Econ
Bowling 41 7 171 5 34.20 3-49 0 0 49.2 4.17


Bangla Cricket Profile::
If the elite Test status marks the begining of a new era for Bangladesh cricket, then Kazi Shahadat Hossain Rajib must be the first brainchild of this grand transcendence. Never before in the history of Bangladesh cricket, a youngster has been endowed with so much passion, diligence and devotion by the authority for the prospect of the future. BCB seems to be that much determined to care and polish the diamond this time around after the botched attempts with Mashrafe and Talha.

The six feet three tearaway hails from Narayanganj. He was placed in the BKSP for refinement in a great hurry following his discovery during a talent hunt. National High Performance Manager and U19 coach Richard McInnes himself then took over the daunting task to shape him up for the highest stage bit by bit, inch by inch.

The adorable teenager, dubbed as the fastest bowler in Bangladesh to date, in his first international exposure, made quite a repercussion with his raw fire power in the under 19 World Cup, 2004 as he routinely produced explosive deliveries in excess of 145 kmph in his salvos. As a geniune fast bowler mingled with a tall & strong frame, seemingly natural aggression and a smooth run up, he builds up nerve wracking sent-downs aimed at the batsmen's throat with religious regularity.

His control with the new ball is not complete yet however. Over the last few months he showed tremendous improvements in controlling the new cherry and cut downs the noballs. With meticulous care and patience from both BCB and fans, it will not be long for the world to witness the unearth of the latest hero but of Bangladeshi origin.

"Take it from me he is a genuine fast bowler... He will be a real asset for Bangladesh if we handle him carefully" said a buoyed and excited McInnes.

Fans are excited alike in licking chops for the day when Rajib will gang up to flex biceps with Mashrafe, Sharif and Talha to rattle through the opposition for years to come.

Rubu
February 13, 2005, 01:01 AM
they should have been included mohammad sharif as well, this guy also just came back from injury and doing a pretty good job.

battye
February 13, 2005, 01:08 AM
Odd rule, but understandable. You'd think they'd want as much bowling practice as possible before the upcoming England tour :-/

couger
February 13, 2005, 11:02 AM
Wisden overview
The 2004 Under-19 World Cup was a tournament that lacked firepower, although Bangladesh's Shahadat Hossain Rajib was a notable and extremely welcome exception. He was discovered during a talent-spotting camp in Narayanganj and whisked away to the Bangladesh Institute of Sports (BKSP) for refinement, and after being given his first international exposure during the tournament, he was rapidly called up for the Bangladesh A team. Shahadat has all the necessary attributes for a genuine fast bowler. He is tall, comes in off a smooth run-up, and doesn't put unnecessary pressure on his body with his slightly open-chested angular delivery position. He has a strong frame and endurance in abundance. He is naturally aggressive and above everything, has raw pace. If he maintains his development, he could be a godsend for Bangladesh in the coming years.


Bangla Cricket Profile::
If the elite Test status marks the begining of a new era for Bangladesh cricket, then Kazi Shahadat Hossain Rajib must be the first brainchild of this grand transcendence. Never before in the history of Bangladesh cricket, a youngster has been endowed with so much passion, diligence and devotion by the authority for the prospect of the future. BCB seems to be that much determined to care and polish the diamond this time around after the botched attempts with Mashrafe and Talha.

The six feet three tearaway hails from Narayanganj. He was placed in the BKSP for refinement in a great hurry following his discovery during a talent hunt. National High Performance Manager and U19 coach Richard McInnes himself then took over the daunting task to shape him up for the highest stage bit by bit, inch by inch.

The adorable teenager, dubbed as the fastest bowler in Bangladesh to date, in his first international exposure, made quite a repercussion with his raw fire power in the under 19 World Cup, 2004 as he routinely produced explosive deliveries in excess of 145 kmph in his salvos. As a geniune fast bowler mingled with a tall & strong frame, seemingly natural aggression and a smooth run up, he builds up nerve wracking sent-downs aimed at the batsmen's throat with religious regularity.


"Take it from me he is a genuine fast bowler... He will be a real asset for Bangladesh if we handle him carefully" said a buoyed and excited McInnes.

Fans are excited alike in licking chops for the day when Rajib will gang up to flex biceps with Mashrafe, Sharif and Talha to rattle through the opposition for years to come.

I had no idea he was this good. Excellent, another very good fast bowling prospect. Sure would like to some video clips of him bowling if anyone has them.

sadi
February 13, 2005, 11:35 AM
i heard he has some good pace but a little eratic at times..... but isnt he the one who went to pacer hunt final part with talha but failed to bowl over 80 mph??

little_master
February 13, 2005, 11:44 AM
Rajib seems tobe very good....
Good decision by BCB
By the way why Sharif is not in the list?:(

Orpheus
February 13, 2005, 11:47 AM
Shahadat hossain is Rajib? Lol.. damn these bengali names

Ibrahim
February 13, 2005, 11:48 AM
good idea

bdboy
February 13, 2005, 12:31 PM
Originally posted by Orpheus
Shahadat hossain is Rajib? Lol.. damn these bengali names


Mate what's wrong with bengali names?

Edited on, February 13, 2005, 5:32 PM GMT, by bdboy.

bourny3
February 13, 2005, 08:53 PM
Well at least BCB are doing something right. This is a good idea. Maybe they should have let Rafique rest and then i would be happy with BCBs work.

IanW
February 14, 2005, 09:55 AM
Originally posted by bdboy
Originally posted by Orpheus
Shahadat hossain is Rajib? Lol.. damn these bengali names


Mate what's wrong with bengali names?

Edited on, February 13, 2005, 5:32 PM GMT, by bdboy.

To quote Punter talking to Tugga "Nothin, mate"

Ian Whitchurch

bdmoderator
February 14, 2005, 10:28 AM
I think its a good decision by BCB.

Shish Ahmed
February 14, 2005, 10:33 AM
Originally posted by Orpheus
Shahadat hossain is Rajib? Lol.. damn these bengali names


Real name: Kazi Shahadat Hossain

Nickname : Rajib



Nothing wrong with this!!

bdmoderator
February 14, 2005, 10:35 AM
But he is most known by Shahdat Hossain.

offcutter
February 15, 2005, 12:45 PM
Rajib seems impressive. Would certainly like to know more about him.

babubangla
February 15, 2005, 01:14 PM
I guess physical stress is much higher for pacers than that of spinners. Thats why BCB listed only pacers. It is also true that pacers tend to fall victim of injury more than anyone else.

I understand some of the players are playing non-stop cricket for over couple of months. New Zealand, then India, then Zimbabwe. They needed a break. And some of them just came back from a long injury..so they needed a soft start. But What about Nazmul and Rajib? Are they playing cricket for long season or they have any injury? Nevertheless, it is wise to use players in moderatrion. After all, physical strength of indian subcontinental people is not that high as of the people of western or african countries.

Edited on, February 15, 2005, 6:15 PM GMT, by babubangla.